WESTFIELD, Ind. (WISH) - Police believe the Wednesday morning shooting at an apartment complex was drug related.
Westfield police Public Information Officer Charles Hollowell said just before 6:30 a.m., shots were fired into an apartment in the North Union Apartment Complex. That complex is near Westfield Boulevard and West 176th Street (Ind. 32).
Hollowell said two intruders forced their way in through a front door of an apartment that was occupied by one man. The man was awoken at gunpoint by the suspects.
The suspects then fled the scene in a sedan and fired several shots back at the apartment. The resident was not injured.
According to a release, it is unknown why the suspects entered the apartment. Police say the investigation is ongoing.
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